Birds, Leps, Observations & Generalities - the images and ramblings of Mark Skevington. Sometimes.

Monday, 20 December 2010

Whetstone Moth Report 2010

I've pulled together a sumptiously illustrated, highly detailed and quite back-slappingly brilliant report of my garden mothing this year. I've published various garden summaries before, but felt it was time to raise the bar. So I copied Stewart.

There are photos, tables, tedious commentry and even charts like this:

and this:

Even when saved as a pdf it's a 14Mb file, so I've uploaded to Google Docs for the time being. Seems to work okay apart from the photos are a bit pixelated in the viewer. It's available at the following:

Whetstone Moth Report 2010

Should anyone want a pdf copy to read properly, e-mail and let me know and I'll split into three e-mailable chunks.

If you spot any glaring errors, please let me know.


The Leicester Llama said...

You seem to have a lot of time on your hands Mark - would you like to do some of my Bird Report species for me? I seem to have got stuck in 'can't be arsed' mode...

Skev said...

Amazing what you can pull together in idle moments whilst steadfastly avoiding watching X Factor, Strictly, Celebrity, Coro Disaster and Eastenders ....

Did this now as I know I'll have little chance over the festive season whilst we are in sunny/snowy Devon.

What have you got left to write - maybe in early January I can do a couple.

The Leicester Llama said...

What have I got left to write? Almost all of them. I had done about half of my section, but lost the lot in a mysterious file disappearing incident a month or so ago (while I was changing my external hard drive back-up system!). I've re-done the 'interesting' (i.e. rare) species but I don't think I can face doing all the boring ones again.